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COVID-19 cases top 100 in Crow Wing County

County has 102 reported cases and 12 deaths.

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Crow Wing County surpassed 100 laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases with the state Department of Health reporting 102 cases and 12 deaths as of June 28.

The stateโ€™s numbers, updated over the weekend, included one more case and one more death since Crow Wing County posted its update Friday.

The county noted the majority of cases are more than 50 years old with confirmed cases covering the age range from 1 to 98.

As of Friday, the county reported cases involved 31 males and 70 females. Five cases involved group home or residential behavioral health and 32 were from long-term care.

Of the confirmed cases, 91 are no longer in isolation or are beyond the period for isolation. Ten are hospitalized. Six cases were travel related and 19 cases involved health care workers.


COVID-19 data as of June 28

  • Aitkin โ€” 13

  • Cass โ€” 12 with two deaths.

  • Crow Wing โ€” 102 with 12 deaths.

  • Mille Lacs โ€” 32 with one death.

  • Morrison โ€” 57 with one death.

  • Todd โ€” 397 with two deaths.

  • Wadena โ€” 15.

NOTE: These numbers are cumulative since March 21 and many are likely out of isolation. The number of those no longer needing isolation is not reported on a county-level basis by the state.


  • Number of tests โ€” 585,417

  • Total positive cases โ€” 35,549

  • Positive health care workers โ€” 3,585

  • Age range with greatest number of cases โ€” 30-39 years old, with 20.3% of cases.

  • Currently hospitalized โ€” 288, with 143 in intensive care.

  • Total cases requiring hospitalization โ€” 4,010.

  • Total deaths โ€” 1,425.

  • Deaths among those in long-term care or assisted living โ€” 1,123.

  • No longer needing isolation โ€” 30,809

Compiled from Minnesota Department of Health data and county sources.

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